The sequels of Jannat, Murder and Raaz have proved flourishing propositions
for the Bhatts. As a matter of fact, Vishesh Films seems to have come into view
as a sequel making outfit lately. A lot many actors and celebs become prisoners
of fame and eminence, after attaining recognition. The adulation and the frenzy
they incite in a public space is enough to award them with an elevated, superior
feeling. Sadly, when you attain the much desired celebrity status, you also fear
losing it all. It's well known that a vicious rivalry exists amidst movie stars
and their aspiration to stay on top can make them resort to anything spiteful.
Crossing all limits is one thing. But practicing black magic is blasphemous.
Quite a few names from the era gone by have been accused of indulging in it [let
me add, it's all unfounded information, there's no tangible substantiation of
it]. That's precisely the theme of Raaz 3.